O yes it does o if they dont they can share in the

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o Yes, it does o If they don’t, they can share in the liability Both say it is appropriate, even though company gave assurances it wouldn’t go through emails o Obligation to warn Case o Plaintiff works in plant as glue mixer o Strained back, goes to hospital Doctor gives note that he is disabled o Plaintiff wants to be paid while disabled o Other doctor says he can go to work o If there is thought you might be engaged in fraud (against state or employer), then the employer can check on what you’re doing
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The plaintiff was doing what he was doing in public So he does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy o Did they trespass? Technically, yes But they didn’t do anything there Plaintiff felt harm through loss of compensation, but that compensation was gained through fraud Key to individual and personal privacy is reasonable expectation of privacy o (Something – 37:00) Defamation Intentional, published Must be false o If true, you can’t be sued o You should or should have known it was false No recourse in defamation Must reflect upon your reputation in your community Must show injury Carol Burnett o Was at restaurant, having dinner with friend o Two days later, in National Enquirer, there was an article that said that she was so drunk she could not walk This was not true It was published, intentional, false, should have known This was especially harmful, since she never drank, and she was in Anti- Alcohol group National Enquirer had received an article from a waiter that said that, and rushed to publish the story But they did not check o Burnett sued for defamation, and she won o
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